Dania Beach is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city's population was 29,639. It is part of the South Florida metropolitan area, which was home to 5,564,635 people at the 2010 census. Dania Beach is the location of one of the largest jai alai frontons in the United States, The Casino at Dania Beach. It was formerly the location for two amusement centers; one named Boomers! (formerly Grand Prix Race-O-Rama), which housed the Dania Beach Hurricane roller coaster, and the other being Pirate's World amusement park, which was featured in Barry Mahon's Thumbelina. It is also former home to the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum.
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4.5 based on 4 reviews
When you come down from the frozen north east to this beach, you just melt at the site of the blue water and white sand! Sure there's better beaches, so they say..... this beach is wide with plenty of room, the drop off edge is where I like to be. Love to hear the waves crashing. I'll be back for sure!!!!!
5 based on 90 reviews
The Most Comprehensive British Ceramics Museum in the United States.In addition to the stellar collection of British decorative arts, the WMODA displays important works from the studio glass movement of the 20th and 21st centuries including CHIHULY. (located inside the Gallery of Amazing Things) Admission is $10 for Adults, $8 for Seniors, Students (with id) and children under 12 are free.
This museum is amazing. There are so many beautiful things it’s hard to take it all in from Wedgwood to lladro to chihully glass. Highly recommend the docent tour that’s included with your admission ($8 for seniors). We learned so much about the history of...MoreThank you so much for the wonderful review!
4.5 based on 379 reviews
This museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920s. On display are 22 Packard motor cars from the 1900s to the 1940s, all in full working order. Among them, are Roadsters with compartments for golf clubs, a doctor's coupe with a compartment for his medical bag, and a 1929 645 Dual Cowl Phaeton that can self-lubricate its chassis as it drives along the road.
this is one of the top top class automobile museums which I ever visited
I rank it to the level of the Mulhouse (France) Schlumpf Collection, which is said in the 10 best in the world.
Only-Packard Museum, but all cars maintained WITH LOVE !!! exciting for elder (who remember those cars : "He owns a Packard", meaning la crème de la crème of car owners) as well as for the younger ones, to see how BEAUTIFUL those pieces of art were designed. DO NOT MISS !!!
4 based on 311 reviews
We spent a lovely day, sunning, reading, walking and relaxing on this delightful stretch of the ocean. It was never busy and was a very pleasant experience. The public facilities are good and well maintained. It advertises itself as ‘the Real Florida’. I’ll buy that!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This 2.5-mile pedestrian promenade is crowded with joggers, skaters and cyclists with seaside cafes perfect for sitting, resting and people-watching. Or, if you’re feeling the need for speed, rent some wheels from one of the rental spots and join the crowd.
This boardwalk features restaurants shops, hotels, motels... It's a sensory overload experience, watching bikes go by, rollerbladers, rental large bicycles, walkers, Entertainment and more. All this while looking at the beautiful Hollywood Beach. The boardwalk is very well-maintained and it's quite beautiful, both during the day and at night when the lanterns are on. So many diverse restaurants, many with entertainment. It's a fun place to stroll and people watch
4 based on 119 reviews
Visited this past Sunday morning with the family. The boardwalk path was a great length for my 4-year-old to walk herself and she got a kick at seeing the manatees at the mid-point on the river. There was even a play area set aside with digging tools so the kids could get their hands dirty. Once we were done with the boardwalk path, we tried for the mulched path, but it was closed-off part way. We look forward to when that re-opens. Once we were done with walking, we headed back to the monarch center where my 4yo had fun coloring and exploring. A very nice way of spending a couple hours of quality family time.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
The Seminole Indian name of this 138.6-acre urban park, Topeekeegee Yugnee, means "meeting or gathering place," appropriate for a park known for its shady picnic areas, many shelters, and a gazebo that is often booked for small weddings and receptions.T.Y. Park is home to Castaway Island water park, a full-hookup RV campground with Wi-Fi, 13 picnic shelters, an abundance of open picnic areas, and a large, open field suitable for a variety of family activities. Especially popular with our health-conscious patrons is the two-mile loop of paved pathways for walking, jogging, skating, and biking. Join our walking club and register your miles to earn incentives. NEW FITNESS ZONE! In December 2013, Broward County Parks and Memorial Healthcare System teamed up to provide The "Memorial Fitness Zone" which consists of 11 outdoor fitness equipment pieces. The equipment is free to use by anyone ages 14 and up. Weekend and holiday park entrance fees apply. Other popular areas within the park are the large shaded playground, basketball and tennis courts, the fishing pier, and the scenic lake water fountain.
A very large well treed park with a 2 mile walking trail around a central lake this is an excellent place to enjoy some exercise and have a picnic. There are many picnic tables and several shelters that can be reserved for larger groups.
There is a water park area that is open on weekends. Entrance to the park is free on weekdays and costs $3.00 on weekends.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Navigate the canals that have earned Fort Lauderdale its nickname, "Venice of America."
We happened to be on the Intracoastal Waterway (aka the ICW or I.C.W.) just before sunset. The scenery on the ICW changes constantly with different boats around you. There are many bars and restaurants along the ICW where you can dock your boat and go ashore to eat or have a cocktail. The skyline is ever-changing as are the sunsets. It would be a fun trip to take a tour boat along the ICW to learn more about the different buildings, homes or the history of the ICW.
4.5 based on 416 reviews
This beautiful park is named after the former commissioner Ann Colb who was very passaionate about saving some green spaces in Ft Lauderdale. There is no entrance fees or any other charges except five dollars for the boat ride.
There is an exhibit area which is very educational and a short film is shown at intervals.
There is a lift going up to the Observation Tower which has panaramic views across the park showing how much construction has taken place over the years.
The walking trails are very interesting built around the different types of mangrove trees growing in the marshes. There are seating areas all along the trails for rest and relaxation.
Weather permitting, there is a short boat ride across the lake to take the visitors on a learning journey.
4 based on 139 reviews
Their Parking payment machine is a real scam. It is supposed to be $2/hr, but it will automatically charge you $4, assuming you are going to stay for 2 hours. Some of their machines do not dispense receipts. So if you walk away from your car to the other side of the parking lot to find another one, a parking officer is just waiting for that to happen. They know about this machine or they would not just fine people parking near it. While you are far away he will come and issue a $43 citation. It does not matter if you paid after the fact. He will tell you to go ahead and appeal it. The appeal is a joke. It's a form and it is all the same. You will end up paying or they will send it to collection doubling the fine. If you are a tourist, avoid this beach at all costs. I'll never set foot in this state again. And parking is not only a scam in Dania. Miami Beach and Miami are just the same.
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